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China SAMR Initiates 2019 E-Commerce Inspection and Rectification Campaign

Six months after the implementation of E-commerce Law, China will ramp up the supervision of its e-commerce sector. Cross border e-commerce and daigou will be subject to more stringent management.

In a move to implement the relevant provisions of the E-commerce Law, crack down on illegal activities and standardize the online market, China State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) along with other 7 ministries jointly issued a notice [1] on June 20 to launch a special inspection campaign, mainly targeting illegal activities in the consumer goods sector with the aim of eliminating health and safety risks, anti-competitive behavior and illegal data collection.

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